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Old 01-30-19, 08:31 AM
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I have a Motobecane fork, the legs are bent but I believe the steerer is fine. It's a big one. Want photos?
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Old 01-30-19, 11:14 AM
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ISO Concor Saddle (Smooth Black Leather)



The scuff



I'm looking for a very nice Selle San Marco Concor in Smooth Black Leather. One came on my Medici but then I put it on my Surly and the Surly got stolen...

I have for trade a very nice Brooks Swift that never felt very nice. It has one scuff on a rear corner but is otherwise pretty new and never tightened, or in rain and I don't think that I ever proofhided. I try to train my butt to fit this Swift and fail every time.
I'll have to add pictures this evening.

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Seen my black perforated Concor with matching leather bar tape in the FS section? Pretty close to new...
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Originally Posted by Classtime
I'm looking for a very nice Selle San Marco Concor in Smooth Black Leather. One came on my Medici but then I put it on my Surly and the Surly got stolen...

I have for trade a very nice Brooks Swift that never felt very nice. It has one scuff on a rear corner but is otherwise pretty new and never tightened, or in rain and I don't think that I ever proofhided. I try to train my butt to fit this Swift and fail every time.
I'll have to add pictures this evening.
I have one I'd be happy to part with if you're still looking. I haven't laid eyes on it for a few years, so I'd need to confirm condition, but I think it's good to excellent. Feel free to PM me.
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I need a 85mm stem with 26mm clamp.

Preferably 3ttt or Cinelli. 90mm might do in a pinch. I'm pairing it with the 3ttt grand prix bars in this pic:



I have the pictured 120mm 3ttt stem for trade. It's purty -- doesn't need to be polished. (sorry, I'll clean up the quill.) I also have a clamp-on Campy record front derailleur ... and a bunch of random campy stuff. tia!
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Originally Posted by SurferRosa
I need a 85mm stem with 26mm clamp.

Preferably 3ttt or Cinelli. 90mm might do in a pinch. I'm pairing it with the 3ttt grand prix bars in this pic:



I have the pictured 120mm 3ttt stem for trade. It's purty -- doesn't need to be polished. (sorry, I'll clean up the quill.) I also have a clamp-on Campy record front derailleur ... and a bunch of random campy stuff. tia!
3ttt stem 90mm

A bit newer style 3ttt stem...let me know if itll work...ill verify the bar clamp if you want to swap parts.
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Originally Posted by malcala622
3ttt stem 90mm
A bit newer style 3ttt stem...let me know if itll work.
Thanks. A good price. But I want to hold out for an older, shorter one to sorta match these Grand Prix bars. If nothing shows up, I may hit ya up.
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Originally Posted by SurferRosa
Thanks. A good price. But I want to hold out for an older, shorter one to sorta match these Grand Prix bars. If nothing shows up, I may hit ya up.

Sounds good
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ISO: a 26.4 (ISO) crown race compatible with a Dura Ace 7400 1" threaded headset. I don't know if any ol' Shimano crown race (for caged bearing headsets) will fit, I know it works on an XT headset.
I know there's a NOS one on eBay from Greece, but I thought I'd ask here before shelling out NOS money. Thanks!
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Originally Posted by SurferRosa
I need a 85mm stem with 26mm clamp.

Preferably 3ttt or Cinelli. 90mm might do in a pinch. I'm pairing it with the 3ttt grand prix bars in this pic:

I have the pictured 120mm 3ttt stem for trade. It's purty -- doesn't need to be polished. (sorry, I'll clean up the quill.) I also have a clamp-on Campy record front derailleur ... and a bunch of random campy stuff. tia!
I dug through my stash and came up with a 90 mm 3T like the one you have.
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Originally Posted by tiredhands
ISO: a 26.4 (ISO) crown race compatible with a Dura Ace 7400 1" threaded headset. I don't know if any ol' Shimano crown race (for caged bearing headsets) will fit, I know it works on an XT headset.
I know there's a NOS one on eBay from Greece, but I thought I'd ask here before shelling out NOS money. Thanks!
Good luck. I tried to find one at a reaosnable price for months last year.
Euro-Asia Imports has them in stock, but will only sell to a retail store that has a relationship with them; sadly nobody in my area.
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Originally Posted by tiredhands
ISO: a 26.4 (ISO) crown race compatible with a Dura Ace 7400 1" threaded headset. I don't know if any ol' Shimano crown race (for caged bearing headsets) will fit, I know it works on an XT headset...

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Good luck. I tried to find one at a reaosnable price for months last year.
Euro-Asia Imports has them in stock, but will only sell to a retail store that has a relationship with them; sadly nobody in my area.
I wonder if a 600 (6207 series) is interchangeable with the 7400? If so, I have one available due to to a cracked adjustable cup.
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I wonder if a 600 (6207 series) is interchangeable with the 7400? If so, I have one available due to to a cracked adjustable cup.
It kinda looks like it is, according to the picture on VeloBase. Worth a shot? I’ll PM ya.
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Originally Posted by tiredhands


It kinda looks like it is, according to the picture on VeloBase. Worth a shot? I’ll PM ya.
Its yours if you think it looks like it’s worth a shot. PM your shipping and I’ll send it tomorrow.


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Old 02-02-19, 06:41 PM
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I'm new to this trade thing. I'm trying to get a complete set of wheels to use with my Peugeot UO8 that has none. I think 700's will work, right? I have a nice Fiamme front wheel with a 1972 Campagnolo hub. Not sure if it's a 700 or 27", but I think a 700. Does this sound like I could trade it for a matching set of 700 alloy wheels?
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Originally Posted by clongwill
I'm new to this trade thing. I'm trying to get a complete set of wheels to use with my Peugeot UO8 that has none. I think 700's will work, right? I have a nice Fiamme front wheel with a 1972 Campagnolo hub. Not sure if it's a 700 or 27", but I think a 700. Does this sound like I could trade it for a matching set of 700 alloy wheels?
Assume this is a clincher, since you're unsure of size?
Is hub large or small flange?
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Old 02-02-19, 07:32 PM
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Originally Posted by clongwill
I'm new to this trade thing. I'm trying to get a complete set of wheels to use with my Peugeot UO8 that has none. I think 700's will work, right? I have a nice Fiamme front wheel with a 1972 Campagnolo hub. Not sure if it's a 700 or 27", but I think a 700. Does this sound like I could trade it for a matching set of 700 alloy wheels?
The UO-8 would have come with 27" rims but that doesn't mean you can't use anything else. (I actually like 27" rims but the difference between a good 27" and good 700c rim is pretty subtle.)

But this thing is, if you don't know the rim size you won't be able to buy a tire for it. The tires do need to be the correct size, after all.
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OK, some additional information since I've got some interrest and it seems a trade might be possible.

My Fiamme wheel is alloy, the Campy hub is a large flange with round holes, and the wheel spins near perfect.

I can verify my rim size from my LBS or local co-op. I'm hoping that my one nice set-up might trade for two wheels. 700's or 27"'s make no difference to me, I would take either.
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ISO: Shimano Dura Ace stem 70-100m

Found an NOS 600

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Found.

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I think I have one, but IIRC 1) it's part of a complete headset and 2) might be one of the "tall" nuts. Anyway, if that works and no one has a better candidate I can investigate further.
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ISO: Raleigh 26 tpi headset locknut. Have money and some stuff.
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new to the ISO thread -
looking for a 120mm OLD (over locknut dimension -width) hub: single speed or IGH 32 hole
Don't have much to trade, but let me know what you're after and I'll see what I got.
cheers.

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I think I have one, but IIRC 1) it's part of a complete headset and 2) might be one of the "tall" nuts. Anyway, if that works and no one has a better candidate I can investigate further.
Thanks, but I wound up finding my missing one in the last place I would think to look.
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new to the ISO thread -
looking for a 120mm OLD hub: single speed or IGH 32 hole
Don't have much to trade, but let me know what you're after and I'll see what I got.
cheers.
Give me a PM and tell me what model of OLD hub you are looking for. I got some.

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